Posted: 23/05/2017 at 12:33
Reluctantly I think we have little option but to agree, though OH thinks we should not have to pay for the rendering on our side, as much of the wall will be impossible to reach because of my shrub border. He think it best that we paint or render as we see fit, in our own good time.
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If the wall remains on your neighbours property you will not be able to render, or paint, it at any time without their permission. Many years ago my mother had the reverse problem with a new neighbour. Mum's garage wall was about 6" inside the boundary and there was a chain link fence marking the actual boundary. New neighbours ripped down the fence, which was also shown on the deeds as Mum's property, and started drilling the garage wall to fix up trellis etc. They weren't happy when Mum told them to stop and to reinstate the fence.
Had they asked first Mum may or may not have allowed them to do it (probably not in fact), but the fact that they hadn't asked really annoyed her.
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